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Picture of the Boeing 737-3A4 aircraft

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More: Southwest Airlines
More: Boeing 737-3A4
More: Albany - International (County) (ALB / KALB)
More: USA - New York, February 24, 2006
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N677AA (cn 23289/1182) Looks like the pilots want to get on the brakes early on this landing. The thrust reverser is cracking open before the main gears contact the runway.
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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue March 7, 2006:
With CFM56 engines on the 737 it is possible to deploy reverse thrust when either of the aircraft's two Radio Altimeters are below 10ft – however this is not recommended due to a nose pitching down moment and a rapid loss of airspeed close to the stall.

A visitor from United States posted Sun March 5, 2006:
It seems like putting the thrust reversers on too early would make the noze of the plane dive down!!!! Maybe i'm wrong?

Someone please tell me if thats what it looks like to them>